Jennifer E. Miller, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at Yale School of Medicine. She is also the founder of Bioethics International (a nonprofit focused on raising the bar for ethics and patient-centricity in healthcare innovation) and the Good Pharma Scorecard (an index ranking new drugs and pharmaceutical companies on their ethics performance).  Dr. Miller is also a member of The World Economic Forum.  Prior to joining Yale's faculty, Jennifer was an Assistant Professor in NYU School of Medicine. While at NYU, she served on their Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Stem Cell Research IRB and Compassionate-Use Advisory Committee.  She joined NYU's faculty after completing postdoctoral fellowships in Ethics at Harvard University and Duke University. During this time, she also served on the CDC Task Force for Pediatric Emergency Mass Critical Care, AMA Advanced Disaster Life Support Education Consortium, as a consultant to the UN Economic and Social Council, and PCORI-NIH Collaboratory working groups on pragmatic clinical trials.  Dr. Miller’s current work explores the ethics and governance of how medicines, biologics, and health technologies are researched, developed, marketed, and made accessible to patients. She also researchers the ethics of big data, AI and machine learning in healthcare.

  • Speaker - 2019 Health Datapalooza